Howard Clarence "Bud" Boulton, age 74, died January 15, 1991 in a Salt Lake City hospital after a long and courageous battle resulting from heart failure.
Born July 9, 1916 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Charles Clarence and Emma Louise Engeman Boulton. Married Florence Jackson on October 14, 1940 in Everett, Washington and later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Graduated from Utah State University in 1938. Devoted his life to the service and guidance of young people. He was a Scout executive for the Boy Scouts of America until his retirement in 1981. He earned the prestigious Silver Beaver Award. He was an active member and High Priest in the LDS Church and served in numerous callings throughout his lifetime. Together with his sweetheart, he served an LDS mission in Ireland. He served as LDS Chaplain at Philmont National Scout Ranch in Cimmaron, New Mexico for five years until his health failed in 1989. He was famous for his "Mr. Bumble's Buns" at the Dicken's Festival and the Utah State Fair.Survived by his wife; one son and four daughters, Charles J. Boulton and wife Leslie, Mrs. Gary M. (Kathie) Thayne, Mrs. J. Terry (Karen) Hilton, all Salt Lake City; Mrs. William V. (Teri) Boulter, Denver, Colorado; and Mrs. Larry (Gigi) Chiles, Des Moines, Iowa; 15 grandchildren; brothers and sisters, Dorothea Russell, Blanche McMillan, Lucille Gardiner, Jack Boulton, and Melvin Boulton, all Salt Lake City; and Lois Bills of Price. Preceded in death by a brother, Earl.
Funeral services Saturday, January 19th, at 12 noon, Mt. Olympus 10th Ward, 3510 South 3640 East, where friends may call on Saturday, 10-11:45 a.m. Burial will be in Sandy, Utah at the Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 10600 South 1700 East, under the direction of Larkin Sunset Gardens Mortuary.
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